Spenders share frugal ways to express love, caring

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Valentine’s Day dates do not need to be expensive to be successful or romantic, some on SE Campus say. SE…

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Transvestite comes off awkward

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor Albert Nobbs is an awkward man, and he lends his name to an awkward movie. At the start of the film, Nobbs…

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Where’s the harm in weddings?

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Rosie and Phillip Martinez were kicked off TR East Campus Jan. 22 for attempting to tie the knot on school property. The couple wanted to seal the…

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Students talk about what remembrance month means

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By Vijoleta Nikolic/reporter “We must learn to live together as brothers, or perish together as fools.” —Martin Luther King Jr. Since…

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Teenage superheroes destroy Seattle in indie-style movie

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor Chronicle is not your average superhero movie. The characters of the film do not have capes or spandex, do…

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Names & Events

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Now-Feb. 24 SE Campus’ literary publication, The Compass, is accepting submissions for the magazine through Feb. 24. Categories include poetry,…

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Letter to the Editor

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Dear Editor: I am very satisfied with how the investigation turned out. [Paul] Derengowski cried about his being “forced to resign” when he…

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Teacher made history, now making sense of math

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By Sherlett Warren/nw news editor NW professor Archie Wilmer is the first and only African-American West Point graduate to earn a doctorate in…

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New deadlines, meningitis law lower TCC enrollment

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By Joshua Knopp/managing editor For the first time in years, TCC is serving fewer students right now than it did this time last year. As of the…

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Valentine’s Day giving

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By Zanab Jaffrey/reporter Red roses, oversized teddy bears and heart-shaped boxes of chocolates will be flying off the shelves for Valentine’s…

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Secondary cast steals film while Heigl left shooting

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By Shirlett Warren/nw news editor One for the Money is not a tribute to Elvis Presley and his blue suede shoes. The action comedy starring…

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My mind wanders to the south side

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor The black and white documentary photography exhibit Peter Helms Feresten: my mind wanders to the south side of town…

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News Briefs

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South Campus Transfer Week will provide tips for smoother transition Students needing tips about transferring to a four-year university can get…

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South hosts poetry slam for history celebration

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South Campus hosted the African-American Poetry Slam Feb. 1 where local poets competed for a $200 prize. During the open-mic session, students…

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TR Campus to discuss leadership at summit

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By Michael Magneus/reporter TR Campus will introduce new, innovative initiatives at its 14th Leadership Summit, said Lionel Bailey, coordinator…

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All eating disorders not alike, speaker says

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By Taylor Green/reporter Eating disorders don’t discriminate. Individuals of all ages, sexes, ethnicities and backgrounds are affected, the…

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Health services give free care

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By Elaine Bonilla/reporter Every student at TCC has resources such as the free health services clinics offered on every campus. The clinics…

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SE reception welcomes new campus leader

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A welcome ceremony was held for new SE Campus president William Coppola Feb. 2. TCC and community leaders relayed words of appreciation as they,…

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TR students give up spring vacation to help community

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By Ashley Johnson/tr news editor For some TR Campus students, this spring break will be less about partying it up in Cancun and more about giving…

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Hawaiian trip gives students field experience in sciences

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By Gary Collins/reporter Palm trees, white sandy beaches and a cool tropical breeze await students who sign up for the summer field studies…

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Freedom missing bipartisan support

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SOPA and PIPA are gone, but one law that curtails civil liberties was passed and has been on the books for a month now. The National Defense…

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Revitalized NE Campus government reaches out to students

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By Mario Montalvo/ne news editor  Students on NE Campus will soon have a new vehicle to communicate ideas and concerns to…

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NE basketball league promotes exercise, fun

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The upcoming NE basketball league is a chance for students to exercise and enjoy the game, said instructional associate Shane Whitehead. “This…

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Art of Living instructor teaches art of breathing to public on TR

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By Ashley Johnson/tr news editor After a recent Art of Living course, some TR students and staff may have possibly discovered the secret to…

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Redistricting impacts minorities, state senator says

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By Melissa Smith/reporter Texas State Sen. Wendy Davis addressed one main question during a session about redistricting Jan. 31 on South…

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Phone’s escapades comedic

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About two cell phones ago, I decided to stop crying over the tiny machines and start laughing. I figure that’s the only way I can beat the little…

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Newbie manages maze of solo living

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You know it is going to be one of those days when you are awakened by a child jumping on a bed in a room above your head and a man deemed “epic…

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Sports Calendar

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Feb. 8-9 NW will have volleyball tournament games 3:30-6 p.m. in the gym. Feb. 10 SE Campus’ dodgeball tournament will begin at 1 p.m. in the…

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Gridiron dream becomes reality

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By Eric Poe/sports editor SE student Tobi Adalumo will transfer to Texas State to play football in the fall and expects to make an instant…

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South, SE offer free tax preparation

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor Volunteers have begun preparing free tax returns on South and SE campuses. TCC has partnered with the United Way…

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Money-conscious students say save for spring break

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By Karen Gavis/se news editor For an adventurous spring break getaway, students should start saving early, SE Campus macroeconomics students…

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Entertainment Calendar

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MUSIC Feb. 11 Austin Lounge Lizards will play at McDavid Studio at Bass Hall in Fort Worth. The group, a folk-rock band with comical twists, has…

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Man wastes audience’s time on ledge

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By Kelli Henderson/entertainment editor If you like little suspense, poorly thought-out scenarios and not many twists and turns for a crime and…

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Black History Month Calendar

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Now-Feb. 29 The Tarrant County Black Historical and Genealogical Society artifact display is available in the Jenkins Garrett Library on South…

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Seminar focuses on money management for students

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By Melissa Smith/reporter Heart-shaped box of chocolates, a dozen red roses, candlelit dinners and … financial planning? This Valentine’s…

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